Conde Nast announced this afternoon that Elle Decor editor Margaret Russell will be the new editor of Architectural Digest. Her first day is September 7, and her first issue will be the January issue. Paige Rense’s last issue will be for November.
Architectural Digest will also relocate from Los Angeles to New York.
Ms. Russell was an Read More
Keith Kelly reports this morning that Margaret Russell will likely be named the next editor of Architectural Digest. Back in early June, she was one of our top favorites when we assembled a shortlist of candidates. She’s a hot talent in the shelter industry, and back then, we made a list of pros and cons Read More
Give Me Shelter
The New York Times asked Architectural Digest editor Paige Rense Noland, who announced her retirement from the magazine after 35 years last week, why people like shelter magazines.
“We look to magazines to see how other people live,” Ms. Rense Noland said.
Sometimes those people are Jennifer Aniston.
“People say: ‘I can’t relate Read More
One Man's Opinion
Paige Rense is done! And for the first time since 1975, there will be a new editor at Architectural Digest.
Condé Nast spokeswoman Maurie Perl said the search is only just beginning now. But who will Si Newhouse and Tom Wallace speak to about the job?
The magazine has been struggling, and they need Read More
Paige Rense Noland, the legendary editor of Architectural Digest for the last 35 years, is retiring in August. The news was announced in a Condé Nast press release.
Maurie Perl, a Condé Nast spokeswoman, said that Ms. Rense was traveling today and would not be available to comment. She also said no replacement would be Read More